Center for Human-Computer Interaction Virginia Tech

VT150: Visualizing 150 Many years of Virginia Tech History

Paul Quigley, faculty member within the VT History Department, leads the VT150: Visualizing Virginia Tech History project team underneath the auspices from the Council on VT History.

Center for Human-Computer Interaction

Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) pervades every facet of existence these days. From augmented reality to social networking to autonomous vehicles to crowdsourcing, study regarding HCI impacts many of us. The Middle for HCI at Virginia Tech is really a world leader in HCI research, both designing interactive encounters and studying human interaction with and thru technology.

CHCI work addresses every aspect of the interplay between people and interactive technologies. We place special focus on two key research thrust areas: Immersive Encounters and Social Informatics.

Immersive Encounters

Designing novel and efficient user encounters through immersive technologies for example virtual, augmented, and mixed reality.

Social Informatics

Understanding and defining interaction with information and communication tools in interpersonal, cultural, or institutional contexts.


Join us at the SI and IE research meetings for talks with Neelma Bhatti, Alexander Leonessa and Divya Srinivasan

November 16, 2020

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    Join us for a Talk on Human Factors with Chris Wickens, Affiliate Professor, Colorado State University

    November 9, 2020

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